Atlanta Community Food Bank Impacted By Supply Chain ShortagesLocal food banks are feeling the impacts of inflation and high food prices, as they try to provide food for those in need.
Sandy Springs Residents Raise Concerns Over Planned Hammond Drive ImprovementsSandy Springs' multimillion dollar Hammond Drive Improvement Project, which includes widening the road, is raising concern for some neighbors who say the city has ignored their input and the money could be put to better use.
BET Hosts Atlanta Family Fun Night - Dodgeball EditionSeveral BET shows are set to air for a new season on Wednesday night, March 23, 2022. Celebrities from one of the hit shows joined BET and the community in Brookhaven for a dodgeball game over the weekend to celebrate the occasion.
Atlanta's Westside On EPA's National Priority List To Address Lead ContaminationLead from debris left behind after buildings were torn down had become a major issue for residents in one neighborhood on Atlanta's West Side.
Metro Atlanta Lease-To-Own Option Opens Doors For Aspiring HomeownersA lease-to-own program is offering a solution to the affordable home crisis and giving local renters a chance at homeownership.
Supporting Law Enforcement Officers' Mental Health and SafetyUS Attorney General Merrick Garland spoke in Atlanta at a law enforcement conference Thursday, pledging support from the Department of Justice for funding of health and wellness grants to support suicide prevention and other mental health initiatives.
Atlanta Public Schools Launching New Show for Latino CommunityAtlanta Public Schools is launching a new show to highlight its Hispanic community. The show is posted on YouTube and is called Hola APS, featuring news and information about people and events in the community.
Peachtree Shared Space Project Coming to EndThe shared-space project along Peachtree Street in downtown Atlanta, which reduced traffic lanes and allowed space for pedestrians during the pandemic, is being ended by Mayor Andre Dickens' office. Protesters are upset that the project is being removed.
Atlanta Asian Justice Rally Marks One-Year Anniversary Of Spa ShootingsThe Atlanta Asian Justice Rally Coalition held a rally on the one-year anniversary of the spa shootings, remembering the eight victims killed.
Atlanta ‘Trapezium’ Students Celebrate Pi Day Through Virtual Math ClubSome local elementary school students celebrated Pi Day on March 14, 2022 virtually with other students across the nation. They’re part of a national math club called Trapezium.
Atlanta Area Academy Prepares For Potential Arrival Of Ukrainian StudentsFugees Family, an Atlanta area non-profit that supports refugee and immigrant students, is now preparing for the arrival of Ukrainian refugee students.
Atlanta Area Motorists Are Taking MARTA To Skip High Gas PricesMany motorists are finding that it is less expensive to take MARTA as opposed to spending in excess of $150 a week to drive to work.
Atlanta's Mayor, Police Chief Address Efforts To Combat Crime, Street RacingCity of Atlanta officials gave an update on efforts to combat crime, including the ongoing issue of street racing. The problem has been ongoing in the city and suburban areas for several years.
Peace Walk Honors 90th Birthday of Ambassador Andrew YoungAtlantans came together on Thursday at Centennial Olympic Park for an honorary peace walk to commemorate the 90th birthday of Andrew Young. Young said he wanted the walk to be a silent walk as people reflected upon the violence in the world -- including the Ukraine Crisis.
Delta Air Lines Pilots Protesting Extended Schedules, Staff ShortagesPilots at Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines demonstrated at the Hartsfield-Jackson South Terminal on Thursday, to make travelers aware of the staffing shortages and extended schedules they say they are facing from management at the air carrier.
CARE Helping Families As They Push To Leave UkraineAtlanta-based international non-profit CARE is working to provide food, medicine and other supplies to evacuees from Ukraine as they leave that war-torn nation.
Landscapers Digging Their Way Around Record High Gas PricesMetro Atlanta landscapers are working to come up with creative ways to help maintain their businesses with record-high gas prices affecting their bottom line through this period.
Honoring International Women's Day at The Atlanta History CenterThe Atlanta History Center is honoring the Women's Suffrage Movement with an exhibit that details women who have been trailblazers over the years for women's rights.
Skyrocketing Gas Prices Taking A Bite Out of Metro Drivers' WalletsMetro Atlanta drivers are finding a way to handle skyrocketing gas prices. We spoke with truck drivers as well as rideshare drivers to find out how they are coping with gas prices that have entered record territory as a by-product of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Metro Atlanta Groups Take Bus Ride To Selma For 57th Anniversary Of Bloody SundayMetro Atlanta labor and voter advocacy groups rode to Selma, Ala., for the 57th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday. This commemorates the March 6 march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge, where police brutally attacked civil rights marchers in 1965.
Atlanta's Ukrainian Community Gathering Supplies To Send Back To UkraineVolunteers are sending everything from medicine to personal hygiene items from a big warehouse in metro Atlanta to a central location in New Jersey in order to send the materials to Lviv in Western Ukraine for distribution.
Roadmaster’s New Training Facility Addresses Truck Driver Demand, Supply Chain IssuesA new Roadmaster training center in Conley will put more truck drivers on the road and help address ongoing supply chain issues.
6-Year-Old Kendall Ray Johnson Is A Certified FarmerKendall Johnson is no ordinary 6-year-old. Her mom says she's been into plants since she was 3. Next month, she will receive a certificate from 4-H. She's the only 6-year-old to be honored with the certificate.
Dr. Alveda King, Former NFL Player Jack Brewer Tour Opportunity ZonesOpportunity zones are economic development tools that allow people to invest in underserved areas. Former NFL player Jack Brewer and Dr. Alveda King toured one in Atlanta today and weighed in on an initiative to continue these investments.

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